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The Florida House of Representatives voted on Friday to approve a contentious bill outlining a COVID-19 liability shield that aims to protect Florida businesses from a tidal wave of virus-related claims.
The Delaware Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling March 3 that state law does not excuse a Dole directors and officers insurer from covering the food company's settlements of fraud-based claims, a decision that will aid other Delaware corporations in similar disputes with their D&O carriers.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed suit against AT&T and three of its investor relations executives Friday for allegedly making selective disclosures of nonpublic information to research analysts.
The nine members of the U.S. Supreme Court have been "fully vaccinated" against the novel coronavirus, a court spokeswoman confirmed Friday. The justices, however, will continue to hold remote oral arguments via telephone through at least the end of March.
Kaplan Saunders' website suffered a cybersecurity breach Friday, as the firm's official URL redirected to a website that sells Viagra for part of the afternoon.
The legal industry has now recovered more than half of the 73,200 jobs it lost last spring as the coronavirus pandemic first hit, with the sector gaining approximately 7,200 jobs in February, according to preliminary data released Friday by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Second Circuit Judge Peter W. Hall took senior status on Thursday, giving President Joe Biden a third opening on the New York-based appeals court and his first opportunity to "flip" a circuit to a majority of Democratic appointees.
The U.S. and European Union announced Friday that they will suspend tariffs on more than $11 billion worth of trade as they look to resolve a massive fight over aircraft subsidies that has dominated the transatlantic trade relationship for nearly 17 years.
A major trial against opioid makers by New York's attorney general and local governments will not start at the end of March as planned, a judge ruled Friday, citing ongoing pandemic safety concerns.
Private equity firms I Squared Capital and TDR Capital will shell out £2.3 billion ($3.2 billion) for U.K.-based Aggreko, a mobile power provider on tap for the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, in a deal announced Friday that was built by law firms Kirkland & Ellis, Slaughter and May and Dickson Minto.
A California judge ordered an attorney who represented Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers in a faulty billing lawsuit to disgorge $1.65 million in attorney fees and be held in contempt and sanctioned Thursday, saying he disobeyed court orders and withheld information about possible collusion with the city's attorneys.
The founder of Centra Tech Inc. on Thursday was sentenced to eight years in prison over a scheme that conned victims into investing more than $36 million into the cryptocurrency company that claimed to offer a digital currency payment card.